pee in the cat dishes (outside) - could it be the kitties?
I have an indoor cat of my own. The previous tenant who I shared the house with, abandoned his outdoor cat so ever since I started feeding the poor guy. Then the new tenants who moved in also started feeding. This cat stays indoors but he's loved and fed. Shortly after, I noticed a second cat coming around. Big, black and fluffy. He was bullying Gypsy (the one that was abandoned) and would go eat the food left for Gypsy. In time I just started leaving them both food to avoid any conflict between them. Fluffy is pretty much part of the property. The neighbors feed him as do I. I believe the neighbors even let him into the laundry room (where cat beds are and where the previous tenant let Gypsy sleep).
I noticed a few other cats wander around the property so this is a high ferrel region. We also have dogs in the neighborhood who have wandered over and eaten the cat food.
Here's my problem: I am noticing that often in the morning, there is a little bit of urine in the bowls. I am wondering who is peeing in them. Could it be one (or both) of my outdoor cats marking there territory? Or one of the dogs peeing just to be jerks (I am not a dog person).
Any suggestions? Insight? Cat Behaviorists (Jackson Galaxy, where are you?)
Last edited by marie73; 03-04-2015 at 11:32 AM.